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FOX News
Jul 21, 2012 11:00am PDT
neville live in new york. >> i'm glad you're with us, i'm rick fulbaum. and they say the first trip wire and explosives attached to it have been disarmed. nor danger inside. the bomb squad are trying to find a way in, one that will protect lives and pre sear serv leave as well. >> we have live teams, adam housley and mike tobin are live with the latest from aurora, and molly henneberg is standing by live in washington. first we'll go to adam housley just a block or so away from james holmes' apartment and you've been hearing the explosions there, tell us more. >> that's right, we're block or so from the apartment complex, step away and give you the vantage point. the hook and ladder truck is have taken individuals to the third story apartment where james holmes has booby trapped the place. the aurora police department say they've been successful so far on a number of things. they've had three explosions, the first two hours ago, sounded like you were far away from a fireworks display. e he ago was a loud bang and it was significant. you had everybody taking cover beforehand and then
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 12:00pm PDT
roberts slipped us a mickey on upheld on the tax revision what, do you make of the argument. >> we can all look at supreme court cases where the court reached the right result, but did so with bad legal reasoning, constitutional reasoning. in a way this case is opposite when we got to the court, chief justice roberts was in a position to decide this thing unilaterally was an exposition on the commerce clause, central to constitutional arguments and labored statutory interpretation to somehow turn this into a tax. in the bill that passed the senate, there was actually a list of the new taxes that obamacare contained. this wasn't in it. >> the mandate tax wasn't in it. joe, what do you think of the persuasiveness of the tax argument on a constitutional basis? >> well, one problem is that they didn't, as james said, they didn't structure it as a tax. >> they called it a penalty. >> chief justice roberts essentially had to rewrite the law. the larger problem is that whatever concessions they had on the commerce clause, if you can say, you can do the exact same thing with a tax, it's a huge
FOX News
Jul 28, 2012 8:00pm PDT
consumers are really losing confidence and that is what is bringing us into this stall. by the way, paul, i think that the administration is going want to blame europe and it is interesting to note that exports were up 5.3% which suggests that, you know, it is not really the problem coming from the global economy. >> it is really domestic growth and demand and incentives that are hurting us here, dan. third year in a row where it looked like we were coming out with a little better growth and then back down again in 2010 and 2011 and now 2012 again. what does this tell you about how you well the policies have been working? >> not very well, it would seem if one believes in the evidence. you know, are the economy, people in the economy respond to incentives and at the moment there haven't been too many incentives. one of the things that people focus on now is obama says he inherited a bad economy in 2008. >> he did. >> and he did. he had a veto proof majority in both houses of congress. >> not veto proof but you super majority. >> spent the time passing obama care and stimulus bill a
FOX News
Jul 8, 2012 3:00pm EDT
beginning, finally this, governor christy of new jersey says, it doesn't matter what name you use to call obama care mandate, whether it's a tax or a penalty, it still boils down to the same thing, big government telling you how to spend your money for something very personal in your life. that's what you should focus on, rather than words. was he right? >> yeah, i find that one of the problems with the romney camp, it's not just this particular issue, but the fact that he's continually letting president obama put him on the defensive. he has to choose a message, and the message should be, basically, that obama is offering you a big entitlement state. do you want to sign up for that. give evidence of what life under the big entitlement state is like, and explain i have a different path and explain what that is. and instead. he's constantly sucked into these debates about, you know, words or, whether he's rich or, you know, whether he should be allowed to be a rich president. i mean, he's defending himself. he should be on the offensive. >> and he's in control of his campaign. >> we're giv
FOX News
Jul 22, 2012 3:00pm EDT
us have been audited and unpleasant experience, and when it comes to the labor department, you reported this week that there is only three employee who's might have to be investigated on his rampbl. >> that makes it feel fishy is that every year, tens of thousands of my grant workers come into the united states. he employs three. they worked on his ranch five years, two are brothers and so to shouldly put attention on this is unusual. >> why did the campaign signa signal -- single out these people? >> they're feeling a lot of heat right now. most of the people gave money to a romney supporting super pack. >> this is big donations but the obama campaign had a great deal of trouble raising sim already amounts of money. they know they're outmatched. so there is a goal to smear those donating to the romney super pack and embarrass it and make it look like it's ill legitimate. >> what does this tell you about the move through disclosure? this is huge to make these people a target. raises questions in my mind. >> this is frightening buzz because you wonder what democrats have been do
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 3:00pm EDT
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FOX News
Jul 14, 2012 2:00pm EDT
. >> thanks. dan? >> a big miss to all of us subject of a medical study this week that said people who sit for three hours a week are cutting two years off their lives. i mean, just two years for sitting? this is horrifying. i am not sure i believe it. i think we need to verify it. i think we should transfer some of the money in global warming studies to get to the bottom of this study. >> mary? >> this is a miss for harry reid who this week said we should burn the olympic -- the u.s. olympic iewn rms to. uniforms because they were made in china. okay, news flash for harry reid, economics is the allocation of scarce resources. now being in government he doesn't understand that, but for the rest of the world, this is something that we have to pay attention to. by the way, john baner has to share the miss because he also has that. >> if you have your own hit or miss send it to fox news.com. follow us on twitter at jer on fnc. that's it for this week's edition of the journal editorial report. thanks to my panel and especially to all of you for watching. we hope to see you right here next
FOX News
Jul 28, 2012 2:00pm EDT
and demand and incentives that are hurting us here, dan. third year in a row where it looked like we were coming out with a little better growth and then back down again in 2010 and 2011 and now 2012 again. what does this tell you about how you well the policies have been working? >> not very well, it would seem if one believes in the evidence. you know, are the economy, people in the economy respond to incentives and at the moment there haven't been too many incentives. one of the things that people focus on now is obama says he inherited a bad economy in 2008. >> he did. >> and he did. he had a veto proof majority in both houses of congress. >> not veto proof but you super majority. >> spent the time passing obama care and stimulus bill and dodd frank. there is a school of thought developing that the president who had all of this political capital did not spend enough time creating incentives in an economy coming out of a relationship section. >> this is the worst recovery in terms of growth since world war ii and not even a close call. >> right. >> just that much worse than eve
FOX News
Jul 21, 2012 2:00pm EDT
know have that sound, what it sounded like for us, what it sounded like for us. [explosion] >> that's what we heard here, it was much louder than we heard from the two previous in the day. >> and adam, of course, they can't be cautious enough there on the ground. i know they've evacuated five buildings, surrounding homes and apartment area i know you've been pushed back along with the media and others out there. caution indeed the word of the day there. because, clearly, this apartment was trapped it, as you said, kill as many people as possible, maim as many people as possible and just, just create more of that reign of terror that's been affected there, on the people of aurora, colorado. >> reporter: absolutely. i mean, this guy was planning on trying to hurt and kill as many people as possible and we've seen the situation before and when we get to the apartment, a police where it may be a bomb and it looks intricate and when they get to it they realize it was all look and no substance to it. in this case, there was absolute substance and they've seen it and the idea agai
FOX News
Jul 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
14-year-old sister 86 appreciate you joining us today. >> no problem. >> mike: you and your sister were in the movie theater when you first heard the commotion. did you think it was part of the movie or did you know something was not quite right? >> i started to think that something might not be right. at the first time i heard it i thought fireworks, i thought special effects, you know, midnight showing of a much anticipated movie why wouldn't they? >> mike: was there panic in the theater where you were? you were in the theater next door is that, correct? >> yes, theater eight. i was across the hallway from theater nine. >> mike: and was there a panic even in theater eight the one adjacent to where the shooting took place. >> there wasn't a panic until a couple of people got up and started to run out of theater after the first what i thought were fireworks went off and i notice they were actually -- sorry. >> mike: what was your first instinct. iinstinct? get out of there or protect your sister. in what was the first think you thought and how did you react to that? to be honest, i
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